I knew we had to make a stop at the King Arthur Baker’s Store and Cafe once I realized that we were going to pass it on our way to Montreal. This is a baker’s dream. I had been hoping to take a class there this year but I didn’t get my act together, but this has gotten me even more committed at this point. I talked Price into making a stop here be telling him we would get breakfast there.
The store itself is gorgeous with intricate wood structure that comes together at a spiral stair in the center. But the best part is that it is packed full fantastic flours, measuring cups, aprons, bowls, mixes, and much, much more. King Arthur Flour has a variety of flours and mixes, including Gluten Free mixes, that make great savory and sweet products.
I really could have spent so much time and money here. I ended up getting a package of Raspberry Jammy Bits, English Muffin Mix, English Muffin Rings, and Eggnog Cookie Mix. I’m really looking forward to making english muffins soon.
The other part of the place is a cafe that has breakfast and lunch items. There were a lot of options for turnovers, cinnamon buns, croissants, and muffins for breakfast. Some of the lunch items included sandwiches on their freshly made bread. You can even finish off your lunch with a cupcake.
Price and I had breakfast there that did not disappoint. The pastries were a sweet start to our vacation.
Oh yeah, the king and I are best buds. *fist bump!!!*
Keri @ KAF says
Thanks so much for your post and all of the wonderful pictures! I’m glad you had such a great time at the store. The Jammy Bits you got are SO good. You can mix them in with peanut butter cookies for PB&J cookies, or put them in scones, or in pancakes… they’re pretty much awesome.
Keri @ King Arthur Flour
wow, those pastries look amazing! what a fun adventure.